First decide if you prefer to wear Spiked or Spikeless golf shoes. Spiked golf shoes generally have plastic replaceable spikes at the bottom of the soles which can be replaced when they wear out. And spikeless golf shoes have rubber ribbed or “spiked” soles that mimic spike grips and can be used as exclusive off course shoes once the soles wear out. Each come with there pros and cons. After deciding which kind of golf shoe you prefer, consider the durability of the shoe, the comfort and fit, and traction or grip it provides. Natural leather golf shoes tend to last a bit longer than synthetic options as they are more resilient to wet conditions.